Office Hours With Dr Vincent Bacote: Facing Race

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The problem of race in America is more deeply embedded and intractable than most American Christians probably realize. Everyone reads Scripture in a context, in a culture and that reality influences the way we understand and apply it. Race, slavery, Jim Crow, . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours Season 8: What’s In A Word? Sola Gratia

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In confessional Protestant circles we use some short hand Latin phrases that we might not all understand, even though we use them frequently. Sola gratia is one of those. These expressions go back to the very beginning of the Reformation. Andreas Bodenstein . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours: Campegius Vitringa

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God’s people have been reading and studying His Word for a very long time but much of that work is lost to most of us because it remains untranslated from Latin (0r Greek). The Reformed tradition begins with a profound commitment to . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours: Godfrey On Luther (2)

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At the turn of the 21st century there was a great deal of discussion about who were the most important figures in the last 1000 years. In 2017 we will celebrate the life and significance of one of those epochal figures: Martin . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours Season 8: Godfrey On Luther (1)

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At the turn of the 21st century there was a great deal of discussion about who were the most important figures in the last 1000 years. In 2017 we will celebrate the life and significance of one of those epochal figures: Martin . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours Season 8: Reformation 500—Backgrounds

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This is season 8 of Office Hours and we are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In this episode we look  at the background to the Reformation in the medieval church, how the medieval church set the stage for the Reformation . . . Continue reading →

Office Hours: Who Is Jesus?

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Until very recently most people probably had some idea who they thought Jesus is. The Jews regarded him as a traitorous blasphemer. Muslims regard him as a failed prophet (who did not die nor was raised) who was succeeded by Mohammad. Liberal . . . Continue reading →